The state Senate dealt blows to Gov. Bruce Rauner and House Speaker Mike Madigan on Tuesday, rejecting the governor’s plea to pass a stopgap budget.
Former Cook County Circuit Judge Louis B. Garippo had a hand in two of the most notorious murder cases in Chicago history.
Community activist Andrew Holmes said he hopes video clips will help identify those who tried to rob couple before woman was fatally struck on LSD.
Even before the May 31 adjournment deadline for the Legislature passed unproductively Tuesday, it became evident the new date to watch is Nov 8.
Four years ago, the words of Drew Peterson’s missing wife sent him to prison. Now, the cocky ex-cop’s own big mouth will keep him there.
If we’re to believe Uber, the rideshare company came to Chicago with the higher calling of curing a nasty byproduct of the city’s racial inequality.
“Pomp and Circumstance” will greet students graduating from Lincoln-Way North High School on Wednesday, but a dirge might be equally appropriate.
In Chicago, the first rule of the code of silence used to be: You don’t talk about the code of silence.
The city has settled a lawsuit filed by two police officers who alleged they were retaliated against for helping to expose corruption.
A crackdown on straw purchasers of firearms and the elimination of a tax on tampons. Those were a couple of the bills that legislators did pass.
General Mills is recalling about 10 million pounds of Gold Medal and Signature Kitchens flour sold at Safeway, Albertsons and other supermarkets.
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